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Fruit ripening time: June - July


A large apple with a dark red flush and crisp white flesh that is not too sweet.


Known for its late ripening. The ripe fruit remain on the tree after leaf fall and will store for many months when refrigerated, extending the apple season considerably.


Originating as a chance seedling in Tasmania in the 1900s


Uses: Excellent for cooking, as it isn’t too sweet, fresh eating. Excellent keeping qualities.



Pollinators: Akané, Braeburn, Gala, Jonathan, white flowering Crabapples.

Flowering Group 4.

Democrat Scion


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